Wake Up With Energy, Not Jitters – How to Make Himalayan Salt Sole –

Salt_skill_himalayan_salt_5lb_bagIf you wake up and run, I mean crawl, to the coffee pot, that’s one of the indications that you may have adrenal fatigue. When you first wake up is also one of the times of the day that you are naturally most dehydrated. You can kill two birds with one stone with a Himalayan salt sole drink.

Himalayan Salt Sole

Sole, pronounced sol-ay, is a fully saturated salt and water brine. Once you get a process down, making it is pretty easy:

  • Fill a glass jar with 4 parts water and one part salt, most people find the bigger the salt crystals the better
  • Cover the glass and shake
  • Let the brine sit overnight*
  • Pour a teaspoon of the solution into room temperature water
  • Drink away…

*If there are still some salt in the glass, you’re good! If not, you’ll want to add a little bit more salt until it won’t dissolve anymore.

Himalayan salt sole lasts forever, so consider making a bunchat once. You’ll save yourself a lot of time.

Himalayan Salt Drink

If your adrenals, GI track, and so forth are humming along, try this drink to get your Himalayan salt in the morning.

  • 1/4 teaspoon Himalayan salt
  • A shot of, ideally, fresh lime juice
  • A glass of good, clean water

Feel free to be creative, other citrus, especially lemon, works well with this drink too. While a little acidity helps with hydration, you might want to just put a spoonful of salt in a glass of water in the morning instead.

Himalayan Salt in the Morning

Getting some Himalayan salt in the morning whether its from sole or another salt recipe, is a great idea for hydration and to build a healthier you.

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